Coronavirus Update: Menlo Park Art Gallery Defies Shelter-In-Place OrderAn art gallery in San Mateo County is defying the shelter-in-place order due to the coronavirus pandemic, reopening its doors to customers.
Woman Robbed Of iPhone By Mask-Wearing Man Near Menlo ParkSan Mateo County sheriff's investigators are asking for the public's help in finding a suspect who robbed a woman of her iPhone.
Coronavirus Update: Facebook Offering $15 Million In Grants To Help Bay Area Small BusinessesFacebook on Tuesday offered details about a new plan to make $15 million in grants available to Bay Area small businesses, partnering with the mayors of San Francisco, Oakland and San Jose to make the announcement.
Coronavirus Update: SF Reports 1st New COVID-19 Death Since Wednesday; Shelter-In-Place Violators CrackdownSan Francisco reported a new coronavirus-related death on Saturday, the city and county's 8th recorded COVID-19 fatality and the first such death since April 1.
Menlo Park Fire District Forms Pandemic Response Unit Responding To Suspected Coronavirus CasesThe Menlo Park Fire Protection District has announced the formation of a Pandemic Emergency Response Unit, which will respond to all suspected novel coronavirus cases.
Water Main Breaks Overnight In Menlo ParkThe Menlo Park Police Department are reporting a water main break occurred Friday morning in Menlo Park.
Menlo Park Suspect Bikes Up To Fence; Shoots Family's Dog 'For No Apparent Reason'An armed bicyclist, riding down a Menlo Park street Sunday evening, stopped outside a fenced-in yard and shot a family's 4-year-old terrier "for no apparent reason," authorities said.
World's First All-Electric Fire Engine Unveiled By Menlo Park Fire DistrictThe Menlo Park Fire Protection District fire chief showed off the world's first all-electric fire engine Wednesday evening and announced plans to add one to the department's fleet by the end of 2021.
Stanford Blood Center Seeks Donors Of All Types Amid Increasing NeedThe Stanford Blood Center is asking Bay Area residents of all blood types to donate blood to help patients at hospitals in the area.
College Admissions Scandal: Bay Area Jeweler Marjorie Klapper Sentenced To 3 Weeks In JailThe owner of a Bay Area jewelry business is returning to court to be sentenced for her role in the college admissions bribery scandal.
Bay Area Businessman Peter Sartorio Avoids Jail In College Admissions ScandalMenlo Park food entrepreneur Peter Jan Sartorio was sentenced to probation and community service Friday for his role in the college admission scandal.